A full day entirely dedicated to motors! Ducati, Ferrari, Lamborghini.
Our guided tour will start with the Ducati Museum.
The Museum has preserved over half a century of Ducati racing history and also the history of the company (before it produced motorcycles) founded by the Ducati brothers in 1926. From the popular post-World War II “Cucciolo” to the more recent breakthrough with the Desmosedici, the museum highlights 50 years of Ducati technological innovation, award-winning design and, above all, exceptional racetrack performance. The museum is arranged around an illuminated racetrack that hosts 33 legendary motorcycles with a special spectator area housed in a gigantic red helmet. Adjacent to the track is a set of seven thematically organized rooms.
The tour will continue in Maranello with the Ferrari Gallery.
This Gallery is housed in several rooms designed to display historic vehicles, Formula 1 racing cars and modern GTs, innovative technology, trophies, technical drawings, film clips and photographs as well as the Ferrari Shop with original Ferrari merchandise. Even the interpretation of the exhibition space reflects the company spirit: making progress, improving and facing new challenges, in the awareness that the ultimate car has yet to be built, just as Enzo Ferrari used to say. Free time for shopping at the Ferrari Gallery’s Shop.
After the tour, traditional lunch in a nice farmhouse in the surroundings of Maranello. Meals are served in a family style on massive wooden tables and are exclusively made with fresh products of the farm!
In the afternoon, last but not least, you will visit the amazing Lamborghini Museum and Factory that shows the cars from the ‘60s to our days: such as series 350 GT of 1966, Diablo, Miura of 1966, Countach of 1973 to “Formula Uno” cars, and many more. The history is shown by pictures and models from all over the world. The exhibition, divided in two bright floors, is really unique and, being adjacent to the production site, some windows allow to see the assembly lines of the cars. Visit will end at the factory where the result of the production, from creation to manufacturing, can be seen.